Fusion Blanket Crochet Along

Fusion Blanket Crochet Along Week 3 & Link Up

Are you ready for week three of the Crochet Along?  Today’s post is brought to you by Deb of Simply Miss Luella.  And how cute are those crochet hooks she posted about!  I think I totally might have to snag myself one of those little guys..so cute!

My progress on my blanket is pretty slow.  I do have all of my charms sewn together & corners clipped ready to be flipped inside out and top stitched.  Luckily you don’t have to count on only me for Fusion Blanket inspiration!–Check out some of these goodies popping up over in the flickr group:

If you haven’t had a chance to browse the photos in the flickr group or read over any of the discussions, I really encourage you to.  It’s a wonderful spot for inspiration and questions can be posted for any parts you may be having trouble with.

I’ve decided to host a little link up party if anyone would like to share their Fusion Blanket Progress.  Hopefully it works–I’ve never hosted a party before and I wouldn’t call myself “techy” so we’ll see what happens. =)

 

Comments (13)

  • OMG, I love this! I like crochet but it’s taken a “stop dead in it’s track” position due to my enthusiasm for quilting and the faster approach. However, I’m finally ready to start again but didn’t want to give up working with fabrics. I’ve never thought to combine the two! Now I’m going to have to choose some fabrics and pick up some more yarn.

    Yea!

  • Added my block… only one at the moment. My DD helped me and my Sew Group with the crochet. I cut my fabric 6.5″ rather than using charms.

  • wow these are so pretty!

  • This is so adorable. One day I might have to pick up crochet so I can make this adorable blanket!!

  • I’ve sewn my blocks, but they’re still waiting to be turned out. I’ll get there, but it may take some time

  • this is just lovely and I have started cutting fabric… but I am taking a long time… it will happen though!
    Hugz

  • I was so worried that I was crazy behind! This makes me feel so much better. I have all my squares sewn clipped and flipped ready to do the top stitch. I hope to at least do that this week. Thanks for the encouragement!

  • Thanks for including my Soiree squares in your post :o) This is such a fun project and I’m glad you brought our attention to this sweet blanket that Heidi (Sewing Daisies) came up with. I really like that it can be kept in a bag and carried around to appointments and such…no need to rush through getting it finished…instead just enjoying the process.

  • I’m just starting, but I know I’m going to love it! 🙂

  • I have been on hiatus ….mannnnn do I love this project!!! Joins two of my faves….fabric and yarn!:) so going to be making this. I have some sweet moda charm packs begging to be used!!:)

  • Sorry I did not see this before – thank you for including a photo of my plaids quilt for my dad!
    It is such an enjoyable project and I have almost finished the blanket:-))

  • Hi, I love this whole idea and concept, but I’m getting a little frustrated at not being able to find a pattern or instructions for the crochet around the border. The only link I can find is one to a shell edge border but I would like mine to be the same as yours as it looks so fab! I’m pretty novice to crochet so can’t really make it up as I go along. Can you please help!!

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